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Swiss Folk Varia. Unusual folk rhythm and sounds.

This content was published on March 26, 2008 - 16:33

Programme Contents:

1. Vater's Polka - Father's Polka.
Trad. Ebnat-Kappel Folk Group playing on primitive instruments such as the Toggenburg Halszither, comb and tissue paper, washboard, triangle, drinking glasses, pan covers, broomstick, bottle and spoon, tin kettle and egg whisk and mouth organ. From "EX LIBRIS EL 12 355".

2. Jew's harp (the instrument's range).

3. Broomstick.

4. Foot stamping and mouth organ.

5. Ivy leaf.

6. Unde dure, obe dure - Above and below (Ländler).
Trad. Rigi Hundsbuech Musig. From "EMI-COLUMBIA 3E 062-33856".

7. Löffler Schottisch - Spoons with band.
R. Schmid. Willy Schmid Family Band.

8. Jew's harp (Improvisation).
Anton Bruhin, jew's harp.

9. Schölleschötte (Natural yodel with cowbells).
Trad. Wildkirchli Yodel Choir, Appenzell. From "TELL RECORD TLP 5162".

10. Talerschwinge - Natural yodel with rotating coins.
Trad. Schötze Choir, Stein. From "DIQUES CELLIER 009".

11. Senneschtimmig - Cowherd's Joy (Alphorn Trio with Appenzell string bands).
U. Alder. Fässler Alphorn Trio with Appenzell string bands. From "GOLD RECORDS LP 11 038".

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